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  1. #6
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    I love Pamela! Pam, not so much, but the full name is really quite pretty. It's rare today, but familiar. I say see if it can grow on you.
    Obsessing over names since 1964

  2. #8
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    This might be slightly out-there, but WDYT of using the initials P.A.M. R0binette to get to the nn Pam? E.g.:
    Philippa Adele Miriam R0binette
    Penelope Adele Miriam R0binette
    Pasquina Adele Miriam R0binette
    Phoebe Adele Miriam R0binette
    Poppy Adele Miriam R0binette

    Otherwise, perhaps Paloma?
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  3. #10
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    What's the arabic word for honey? Would that work as a name?
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  4. #12
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    I was reading on a website that Elinor is considered a Quranic name because they believe it came from Al-Nour (light, radiance.) I think this "El" name would be a nice nod to both Elizabeth & Della.
    Elinor Violet Robinette
    Elinor Miriam Robinette

    Another suggestion: the name Adela. (uh-DELL-uh) I like it because it combines Della + Pamela, and you said Adele was a French Muslim name you like.
    Adela Maryam Robinette
    Adela Blythe Robinette

    Also, what about just Mela (as in Pamela pron. "mee-luh":

    Mela Estelle Robinette
    Mela Marianne Robinette

  5. #14
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    Another idea: Pamina, a name from Mozart's Magic Flute. It's really quite lovely and almost like an updated Pamela.
    "Don't try to be modern, it's the most old-fashioned thing there is," - Attilio, The Tiger and the Snow

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